deemed necessary, since ~1_ and other THCs are resinous materials completely
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triton, and alcohol, which are themselves not without pharmacological activity
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mplex, subtle, and abstruse
philosophical systems requiring volumes far weightier than this to characterize. Yet,
throughout the broad spectrum of opinions for the drug, some more or less consistent
ideological threads may be detected. To begin with, users and supporters are generally
eager to neutralize arguments asserting the drug's harm; there is an almost complete
uniformity on the promarijuana side in regard to the absence of damaging effects of
cannabis. Users who feel that the drug is harmful almost invariably discontinue its use.
Now, we might expect this to be true by definition: he who uses something is not likely to
assert that it is dangerous. Not necessarily so, however. It is possible for a weighing
process to have taken place, for the user to say that it is somewhat dangerous, but on the
whole it's not all bad. Or we might encounter someone who recognizes the compulsive
aspects of an activity and who wishes he could stop, but feels that he cannot, for instance,
the alcoholic. The chronic amphetamine user will readily grant the harmfulness of his
drug, admitting, wistfully, that his body is slowly being destroyed. This does not deter him
from using the drug; he is still rhapsodic in praising it.
It is significant, therefore, that the marijuana supporter invariably denies that the drug
has any significant dangers associated with its use. He further asserts that were he to
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discover some hidden danger associated with the use of pot, he would stop using it.
Both sides of the dispute claim to be positivistic in their stance. Each believes that facts
will vindicate its position. With regard to marijuana, the American Medical Association
writes: "An informed citizenry... is the most effective deterrent of all,"1 and the New
York State Narcotics Addiction Control Commission designed as a drug prevention
organization, in its official publication, asks: "Will Facts Put Lid on Pot at Ithaca?"2 The
procannabis side, too, assumes that an impartial, unbiased survey on marijuana use will
inevitably uphold its claims. The two purposes of LEMAR stated in its constitution were
"to disseminate information about marijuana and the anti-marijuana laws" and to promote
"the re-legalization of marijuana use, possession and sale in the United States" and are
held to be causally related; if more people knew about the true nature of pot, the laws
outlawing it would be abolished. The only reason that Congress and the Federal Bureau of
Narcotics were able to push the 1937 statute through was public ignorance about the
harmlessness of the drug; LEMAR hopes to correct that ignorance. In any case, the
bedrock of the promarijuana position is that the drug is essentially harmless. Thus,
marijuana propaganda will nearly always include a point-for-point refutation of the
Generally, the issue is whether or not marijuana may properly be la , 94, 6159 (1972); R
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areas of knowledge that are not generally well known even among scientists, such as those concerning
meditation or ostensible paranormal phenomena, so I have given literature references to guide the reader
seeking more understanding. I have tried to avoid speculation and interpretation as much as possible and
to stick to the basic findings.
Each chapter also contains a section on additional effects, a ranking of effects according to increasing
minimal levels of intoxication, a summary of background factors modulating the effects, and a general
It is impossible to write about these phenomena in a readable style without using descriptive adjectives.
To avoid the ambiguity usually inherent in quantity adjectives, I have used a standard set of them, which
are defined in Table 5-1. Whenever other adjectives than those defined are used, I am speaking generally
rather than describing the exact form of the data.
To illustrate: if an intoxication effect is described as "very characteristic" and "primarily beginning to
occur at Moderate levels," this indicates that more than 50 percent of the users rated this effect as
occurring Very Often or Usually when they have been intoxicated in the last six months, and my
judgment of the distribution of responses on minimal levels of intoxication is that the Moderate ("Fairly
Stoned") level is the most representative2 level indicated.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
Frequency of Occurrence Terms
"Rare" >/=75% indicate Never, Rarely
"Infrequent" >/=50% indicate Never, Rarely
"Fairly Frequent" /=50% indicate Sometimes, Very Often, Usually
"Very Common" >/=75% indicate Sometimes, Very Often, Usually
"Characteristic" 50% indicate Very Often, Usually
"Characteristic" Bottom third of distribution
Middle third of distribution
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Top third of distribution
Levels of Intoxication Terms
"Low" Questionnaire term Just
"Moderate" Questionnaire term Fairly
"Strong" Questionnaire term Strongly
"Very Strong" ("Very High") Questionnaire term Very Strongly
"Maximum" ("Very High") Questionnaire term Maximum
a. Infrequent and Fairly Frequent are not always identical in practice
because of variable numbers of users skipping particular questions.
Many pairs or sets of question called for statistical comparison because of obvious similarity or because
they described converse effects. This was always done by a chi-square test of the distributions. I have
usually presented graphical results when they would be illustrative, as well as the probability figures.
Many other links exist that I have not analyzed in the text. The reader interested in part %), with
the Professionals needing to be less intoxicated to experience this (p < 05).
"I become very aware of my breathing and can feel the breath flowing in and out of my throat as well as
filling my lungs" is also common (21%, 18%, 40%, 15%, 5%), more so with the College-educated (p <.05). It
may begin to occur at Strong levels of intoxication (6%, 13%, 33%, 18%, 6%). Meditators may experience this
at lower levels of intoxication than the Therapy and Growth group or ordinary users (p <.01, overall), probably
because so many techniques of meditation involve becoming more aware of the flow of breath.
Defecating and Urinating
"When defecating or urinating, I become aware of the internal organ processes involved that I can't be
aware of when straight." This is an infrequent effect (43%, 16%, 21%, 13%, 5%), which is reported more
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frequently by Heavy Total users (p <.05, overall). It is also experienced more frequently by the Therapy and
Growth group (p <.05, overall). It may begin to occur at Strong and higher levels in those who experience it
(1%, 7%, 19%, 17%, 5%).
Note also that "Sexual orgasm has new qualities, pleasurable qualities, when stoned," is a characteristic
effect. It is discussed fully in Chapter 13.
Most of the above experiences have a known physiological basis. We now come to a group of experiences
which cannot be readily conceptualized as resulting from increased awareness of known physiological
Vibration, Energy, Chakra Centers
The most common of these is "I get feelings in my body that are best described as energy, force, power of
some sort flowing" (21%, 13%, 35%, 21%, 9%). Both the Meditators and the Therapy and Growth group
experience this somewhat more often than Ordinary Users (p <.05, overall). It may begin to occur at Strong and
higher levels of intoxication (4%, 10%, 25%, 26%, 7%). This experience is reported more frequently by Users
of Psychedelics (p <.05).
A more general phenomenon that does not specifically interpret unusual internal feelings as energy or force
is "I feel a vibration or tingling sensation in some or all of my body that I can tell is not an actual muscle
tremor by looking at my body," a common effect (27%, 15%, 32%, 17%, 7%). It is reported about as
frequently, and at similar levels of intoxication (1%, 10%, 24%, 25%, 7%), as sensations of force or energy. It
is also of interest to note that these tingling feelings are reported more frequently than actual muscle tremors (p
There is an occult theory, known mainly in its Indian form in the West (Garrison, 1964) but occurring in the
occult traditions of many lands (Blofeld, 1970; Chang, 1963; Evans-Wentz, 1958; Frager, 1970; Govinda,
1960; Muses, 1961), that there is some sort of psychical energy that flows through man's body, and particularly
through the nerves such as those in the spinal cord. This energy has been Cannabinol is also formed easily
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of intoxication (6%, 11%, 21%, 19%, 5%). Heavy Total users of marijuana report it more frequently than
Moderate Total users (p <.05) or Light Total users (p <.05), with the Light and Moderate Total users peaking
sharply at Rarely/Sometimes and not differing significantly from each other. Users of Psychedelics need to be
somewhat less intoxicated to feel they experience telepathy (p <.05).
A related phenomenon, dealt with fully in Chapter 12, is "I empathize tremendously with others; If eel what
they feel; I have a tremendous intuitive understanding of what they're feeling," a very common phenomenon,
which occurs at Moderate levels.
The experience of precognition is a rare phenomenon: "I can foretell the future by some kind of precognition,
more than just predicting logically from present events" (64%, 19%, 11%, 1%, 1%); and while most (71%) of
the users did not rate the minimal intoxication level for this, those who did gave it a quite high rating (3%, 3%,
7%, 11%, 3%). Heavy Total users report precognition more frequently than Moderate Total users (p <.01) or
Light Total users (p <.05). Similarly, Daily users report precognition more frequently than Weekly users (p
<.05) or Occasional users (p <.01), with a suggestion (p <.10) that Weekly users also experience it more often
than Occasional users.
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Magic, Psychokinesis (PK)
The converse of extrasensory perception, a sense of paranormally affecting the world, was investigated with
"I can perform magical operations that will affect objects or people while stoned," and appears to be a very
rare effect (83%, 6%, 6%, 1%, 0%). The few users rating level of intoxication indicated this as a high-level
effect (1%, 1%, 3%, 5%, 3%). Daily users reported it occurring more frequently than Weekly users (p <.05) or
Occasional users (p <.01). The users were also asked to describe examples of this; of the twelve who wrote
descriptive comments, five users gave comments which were not readily understandable, suggesting a
communications gap. One user expressed clearly a semantic problem inherent in the question: "I believe that
magic is just 'doing' on a higher level of awareness. It is 'magic' to the spectator who does not expect or
understand it. I have to be very stoned in order to be able to concentrate and flow at the same time to a
sufficient degree to perform magic. 'Magic' tricks can be very funny and very beautiful, also astonishing.
Maybe dangerous, too."
Two other users indicated that their experiences depended on how you defined magic; one described
chanting mantras (Govinda, 1960) with others as a magical way of affecting them; another, "using subliminal
suggestion in a soft voice across the room."
Of the phenomena reported that resemble those reported in the parapsychological literature: (1) two
This has posed many synthetic problems
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cola tops 3.5 ft plant with 2 weeks veg, and 8 weeks to mature. I had one of the females that was impressive,
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they are tall. They all possess the unmistakable blue hue to the tops and a flavor and aroma that leaves me
wanting more. It isn’t the most powerful stone we have, but the flavor more than makes up for that. too surprisingly, then, an extremely characteristic effect of
marijuana is "I enjoy eating very much and eat a lot" (1%, 5%, 18%, 31%, 44%), which also occurs at
low intoxication levels (22%, 44%, 26%, 4%, 1%). Users of Psychedelics report this as occurring less
frequently than Non-users (p <.05).
As with other senses, sensory imagery is a common experience (15%, 15%, 37%, 17%, 16%): "If I try
to imagine what something tastes like, I can do so very vividly" occurs at Moderate minimal levels of
intoxication (11%, 31%, 29%, 11%, 1%), with Meditators reporting this less frequently than Ordinary
Users or the Therapy and Growth group (p <.05, overall). Users of Psychedelics and Meditators do not
have to be as intoxicated for this experience (p <.05 in each case).
The data confirm a popular belief that marijuana smokers like sweets: "I crave sweet things to eat,
things like chocolate, more than other foods" is a common effect (16%, 26%, 25%, 15%, 17%), which
occurs at Low levels of intoxication (11%, 41%, 23%, 5%, 0%). The Light and Heavy Total users peak
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sharply at Fairly/Strongly on level of intoxication here, while the Moderate Total users are more variable
Components of Taste
A fairly frequent effect is "Tastes become divided into several components, instead of an overall taste.
E.g., a bite of bread may taste salty on one part of your tongue and sour on another part at the same
time" (43%, 15%, 25%, 11%, 5%). Although many (47 percent) users did not rate this for level, it is an
effect occurring at fairly strong levels (3%, 12%, 20%, 15%, 3%). It is interesting to raise the question
whether this is an actual perception of the several discrete tasting organs in the mouth functioning
separately instead of their usual blending together, or whether it is imagery added to taste sensations.
Miscellaneous Taste Phenomena
An infrequent phenomenon is "There is an exceptionally long time delay between starting to chew food
and the time the taste actually reaches my consciousness" (49%, 18%, 15%, 10%, 3%), which occurs at
Strong levels of intoxication (1%, 11%, 19%, 13%, 3%, noting that 55 percent did not rate this). This
delay is more frequent among Non-users of Psychedelics (p <.01). We may be dealing more with a time
phenomenon than a taste one here, perhaps a differential delay between "outside" sensory input (taste) and
internal feedback of what the body is doing (chewing).
Because it has frequently been noted that marijuana produces dryness of the mouth, the item "I salivate
quite a lot when stoned" was included in the questionnaire as a Validity Scale item. As it may be that
some users do indeed salivate a lot, however, the data on it are presented here for what they are worth to
future investigators. This effect is infrequent (44%, 30%, 13%, 5%, 5%) and rated at Moderate levels
(10%, 17%, 17%, 3%, 2%, with 51 percent not rating Matsumoto, P Chem, 14B, 449 (1976)
transfer the "effects" of this drug, whether American marijuana or the more potent Middle
Eastern hashish, from one cultural and economic setting to the other. It is doubtful that the
comparison is relevant at all, since none of the basic conditions are remotely similar.
The promarijuana lobby tells us that marijuana is a gentle herb, nothing more than
pressed flowers and leaves, a peaceful and love-inducing substance. Both sides assume
that there is some sort of property lodged within the drug itself that dictates to its users
how to act under its influence. But whether it does, in fact, have this pacific property or
not depends wholly on who uses it. If it is used by a social group that thinks marijuana is a
pacific weed, whose members, when initiating a neophyte, preach a gospel of peace and
love, discourage violent displays, and weave this peace motif into the things they do when
high, then we should not be surprised that marijuana turns out to have a peace-inducing
property. Only the most naive believes that marijuana creates a peaceful way of life out of
whole cloth and induces it in those who are not peaceful. Both motorcycle gangs and
hippies are prone to use marijuana but with very different results. Obviously, there is more
to the picture than the laboratory properties of the drug.
I will attempt in this volume an overall study of the sociology of marijuana use. I will
explore the myths clinging to it, the attitudes of the contestants in the marijuana debate,
the question of who uses it, under what circumstances, and with what consequences. To
answer many of the questions concerning marijuana use, it is necessary at times to leave
the sociological level and deal with related issues. For instance, when discussing the
effects of marijuana, I will reject the radically sociologistic approach—that the effects of
the drug are wholly a function of its social definitions—and attempt an exposition on the
objective properties of the drug's pharmacology. In other words, I have adopted a
multidimensional approach, my perspective often shifts from one level to another. At the
same time we wish to understand the drug's nonsociological aspects more or less only
insofar as they relate to, interpenetrate with, influence and are influenced by, the users'
social life and the lives of those who interact with them. We court confusion with this kind
of multifaceted perspective, but it is necessary if we are to understand the totality of
marijuana's impact on the social life of any society.
Overview of Marijuana and Marijuana Use
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Incidences of events connected with cannabis use, whether true or phantasmagoric,
survive historically because they are useful ideologically. The history of marijuana use is,
in itself, a study in creative mythology. This is as true of the history of the Assassins as it
is of the Indian peace pipe.
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as typical. In the open air of the user's habitat, the
recreational model will be found to be more fruitful.
A second model which, in my opinion, yields more mileage than the traditional and
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conventional images of use is the subcultural or life-style conception of the user.
Marijuana use is the product of the same essentially normal values and beliefs of large
groups of people that guide other kinds of everyday activities and choices. Voting for a
political candidate, making a purchase, reading a magazine or newspaper, listening to
music, playing and watching sports—all of these are influenced by the social groups to
which we belong. No one questions the fact that Jews are more likely to vote Democratic
than Protestants, that a heavier proportion of working-class men read the New York Daily
News than read The New York Times while among professional workers, it is the reverse,
that residents of large cities spend proportionally more of their time and money on
"serious" art and music than do residents of more rural areas. These sorts of subcultural
appeals are well-known and entreat our common sense.
But if our attention turns to less common and more condemned activities, we find it
necessary to ignore these broad and essentially normal appeals and to search out
pathological motives. If it is the young to whom marijuana appeals, we must assume that
they are rebelling against authority, or trying to kill their fathers, or escaping from
boredom or reality, or whatever. If it is the urban dweller who is more likely to use
marijuana, we point to an anomic, disintegrating urban society. If it is the affluent, then
we complain about how the affluent are overindulging their young, and intone darkly
about the hazards of affluence.
Different social groups in society have somewhat different marijuana potentials.
Greater or lesser proportions of their ranks are likely to try and use the weed because of
characteristics relating to that group. Patterns of use are not accidental, and they are not
pathological. They emerge out of the social fabric of the values and the circumstances of a
segment of society. They do not typically occur as a result of some dark, unconscious
motive. The subcultural attitudes and values of some groups support such an action as
marijuana use, while those of other groups oppose it. In addition, opportunities for use are
differentially dispersed throughout society. Simply by being around the stuff ecologically,
groups differ in their likelihood of taking it.
Thus, when we say that men are more likely to smoke marijuana than women, it is not
permissible to say that men are more likely to be psychiatrically disturbed than women.
Rather, it makes more sense to say that there is something about the role of men in this
society that is related to marijuana use—a greater emphasis on experimentation,
adventure, masculine daring, a greater infl
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